Israeli study: Parkinson's treatment improves creativity
Studies released this year reveal that patients who were administered with dopamine to treat Parkinson's disease have developed creative talents such as drawing, sculpting, and poetry.
Administering dopamine to patients with Parkinson’s disease can uncover latent creative talents among them, according to studies released this year, including a survey done by an Israeli researcher.
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